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Course Listing

6000/8000-Level Courses

 

BIOL 6000/8000

INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT AND EXPRESSION 3

A writing intensive course for new graduate students that focuses on scientific hypothesis testing and reading the original literature in biology.

 

BIOL 6010/8010 ADVANCED MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 4

Analysis of recent developments in prokaryotic and eukaryotic molecular biology through evaluation and discussion of current literature.

 

BIOL 6020/8020 ADVANCED MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORY 3

Library screening and sequencing of selected clones.

 

BIOL 6090/8090 ADVANCED CELL BIOLOGY 4

Anadvanced course that stresses the experimental basis for current concepts of cell structure and function.

 

BIOL 6100/8100 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 3

Prerequisite: BIOL 3030; CHEM 6500. An in-depth discussion of techniques used in the study of cell and molecular biology. Examples include chromatography, all fractionation, electrophoresis cell and molecular cloning.

 

BIOL 6200/8200 Signal Transduction 3

This course will provide an in-depth discussion of signal transduction topics important for cell/molecular biology research, emphasizing the interplay between
intracellular signaling molecules needed to regulate physiological responses.

BIOL 6920/8920 SPECIAL PROJECTS IN BIOLOGY 2-4

Introduction to research on a selected problem under the direction of an individual faculty member.

 

BIOL 6930/8930 SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY 1

Presentation on research or current literature by graduate students, faculty, or guest speakers.

 

BIOL 6940/8940 EXTRAMURAL STUDIES IN BIOLOGY 2-4

Prerequisite: Prior consent of both the department and the proposed supervisor. Scientist-supervised study of research done in an extramural research institute or scientific laboratory. Written and oral reports to the department required.

 

BIOL 6960  MASTERS THESIS RESEARCH 1-15

Research that normally contributes to the fulfillment of the M.S. thesis requirement.

 

BIOL 6980/8980 ADVANCED TOPICS IN BIOLOGY 2-4

Seminar/discussion of significant current topics or problems in biology.

 

BIOL 6990/8990  ADVANCED READINGS IN BIOLOGY 2-4

Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor. Faculty directed readings or projects in a specific area of Biology.

 

BIOL 8960 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION RESEARCH 1-15
Research normally leading to the fulfillment of the Ph.D. dissertation requirement.

 


 

Last Updated: 3/22/15